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but clearly not everyone. >> right. stay with us for "good morning america," coming up at 7:00. >> and for updates anytime, gilbert arenas' gun trouble could land him in a different type of court. he was suspended. >> a near miss it for metro. safety inspectors scramble for their wives. >> we are on storm watch. another winter storm heading caraway. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side good thursday morng. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. thank you for joining us today. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. all eyes tonight and tomorrow,
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we will get some snow. >> the question is, how much? >> up to about two inches or so. not a major system. we have a few things to talk about. it is coming from the ohio valley and coming to our direction. we will see it sunshine before the snow develops. near 30 degrees. the wind is not as strong. increasing clouds with afternoon snow to the west. it will push him to the early morning hours tomorrow morning. up to about 2 1/2 inches locally. the entire area will see a little bit of snow by tomorrow morning. >> what we saw a little dose of overnight, overnight construction, has been cleared. we're moving nicely around the beltway. good right here at new hampshire
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avenue. moving smoothly on 66, the dulles toll road. even metro rail is reported they are on normal service. >> thank you. the cold blast will give way to another winter storm later tonight. we could have up to two inches of snow. >> this is another headache with people dealing with below freezing temperatures. matt brock is live in arlington this morning. >> i know you were thinking news flash, it is january. this is unusual for us because it is so persistently called and now we add snow to it. this is just about enough. it has been too cold to launch when we're getting wistful for the big snow in december. >> it was fun to have the big snow in december. >> this is the persistent wind
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that has plagued us so far. it is more than just on a couch. water streamed out of this falls church condo building after a pipe likely froze. and now 30 is the threat of snow in the forecast. good news for fisher hardware store in springfield. >> we have been well prepared. >> it is expected to be a little snow. it could be a lot of trouble. you know what that means. the commute in the morning could be aass, even here in arlington -- it could be a m ess. we will be here for you in the morning and inform you where it is the worst. matt brock, abc 7 news. >> thank you. at least six deaths
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nationwide are being blamed on the cold. more snow is expected to ihi t n omaha. they're trying to save crops in florida. gilbert arenas remains under investigation after his suspension. david stern suspended the washington wizard guard without pay. he admits he took guns into the locker room. we will have much more coming up. the bethesda man who pleaded guilty to storing bomb-making materials will be sentenced today. he should spend at least six and a half more years behind bars. a plot to kill president obama motivated him to collect the bomb-making materials. the white house is releasing
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a report of the missteps leading up to the botched christmastide bomb attempt. border security officials learned of the alleged extreme ties while the plane was on the way. officials plan to question him when he landed. it is not clear whether the intelligence was strong enough to stop them from boarding the plane. a grand jury umar farouk abdulmutallab farouk on six counts for trying to commit mass murder. he could face life in prison. another close call for metro. a team of safety inspectors was almost struck by a trained last month that made no attempt to slow down. the near miss occurred days if toward metric lifted a ban to allow safety inspectors on the
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tracks. metro is working on a plan to prevent similar instances in the future. it looks like vampires have sunken their fangs into france. the twilight seige won honors at the annual people choice awards. center blocked one big -- sandra bullock won an award. ellen to generodegeneres pickedn award for favorite talk-show host. the vampires had its this year. 5:06, 30 degrees. >> the consumer electronics show innovates las vegas. we will take you inside.
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>> a robbery suspect tries to escape and is caught on tape. >> adam caskey is tracking our latest chance for some snow later today. thanks for coming back out. sure. i think you might have hooked it up wrong, though. yea, we're getting way too many channels. no, no. that's -- that's standard. fios also comes with 11,000 free movies and shows on demand per month. ah, standard. gotcha. a certain somebody says "thank you". tell him "he's welcome", but it's still standard. he's happy to be back with his friends. is he? [ male announcer ] hundreds of channels, thousands of movies, and three times more very satisfied customers than comcast. this is beyond cable. this is fios.
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a cool 31 degrees to start our morning. i'm live in downtown in the chinatown area. i love it down here in the morning because it is lit up. it is cool. i wouldn't call it frigid. a little breezy. the wind has subsided. here is the real headline in the whether department over the next 24 hours and that is this area of low pressure that is dropping snow in the midwest and parts of illinois, and indiana. they could see half a foot of snow. we could see up to 2 1/2 inches. snow will start later tomorrow and be 4 feet in nature. highs in the 30's today. -- and it will be cfluffy in
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nature. >> construction has been moved out of the roadway. we will show you some maps. we're good on 70, the dulles toll road. a nice trip when you get to the beltway. good on both sides of the american legion bridge. 66 between centreville and the beltway. travel tmes are with us between washington and baltimore. >> thank you. and armed robbery suspect is back in custody after an escape that was caught on tape. please -- police or transferring their prisoners went one of them broke free and started running down the street. news cameras were running. police captured the escapee. he was going to take the ferry. he is now facing more charges on
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top of armed robbery. >> he just made it look so easy. that guy is not supposed to be running away. 5:11. >> and on welcome birthday present for gilbert arenas. he is now serving an indefinite suspension. tim brant will of all the details. >> there are new details about the deadly attack on the
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we speak rpms so you can zip by other cars. but we also speak mpgs so you can fly by gas stations. in fact, we speak mpgs so fluently, we can say ford fusion is the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in america. yes, we speak car. and apparently, quite well. fusion is now motor trend's 2010 car of the year. get in... and drive one. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. in our top stories, we are
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on storm watch. snow is expected to fall tonight and into tomorrow. two inches could fall. we could see problems on the road. across thcountry, at least six deaths are being blamed on the arctic chill. >> democrats are working to save the senate shake up. richard blumenthal has been recruited to run for christopher dodd's seat. it will be harder to hold onto byron dorgan's seat. >> a top al qaeda leader is praising the attack killed seven cia leaders say it was revenge for the deaths of taliban leaders. the attack was carried out by a double agent who had gained the trust of the cia. there are two big
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sports stores. gilbert arenas has been suspended without pay. the next step for the redskins head coach. tim brant has more. >> gilbert arenas did travel to cleveland. legal issues with regard to gun possession aside, this picture may have put him over the edge. the nba said arenas' actions and statements are not good and that he is not fit to be on the court. mike shanahan was introduced as the 208th coach of the washington redskins. dan snyder was in the audience. this is a change in the balance of power. shanahan signed a five-year deal and promises to return the skins to prominence. >> we will work together.
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do i have the final site? maybe you could say that. together i would never use that. -- do why have the final say? >> the redskins are heading in a new direction. have a great day. 5:17. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's get right to lisa baden and find the situation on the roadways. >> it looks pretty good on the beltway. no problems, you'll see on the wilson bridge and the american legion bridge. we look good in springfield, virginia. still moving at speed here through springfield. now we move on over to the weather center. >> we're looking at the storm scan and will seek a clipper system that will be bringing some snow as early as this afternoon to the western counties. not a major system.
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we could sit up to two inches or 2 1/2 inches of snow. the ground is called so it will be selected. there could be some slippery spots. it could be the issue tomorrow morning. we are fairly clear this morning. clouds will increase. precipitation will march into our area. we will show you the numbers. 24 right now went woodstock. myersville, at 25. the winds are calm. morning. the clouds will increase. snow showers will be here by later on in the evening. temperatures will be in the upper 30's this afternoon. light snow will develop across the area. there are some of advisories'. the entire period will see at
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least a little bit of snow. it could be slippery. we will not focus on the advisors. look at the weekend. it will be down right bitter. tech bytes are all about the gadgets. jeremy hubbard has a preview of whato expect from the consumer electronics show. >> the consumer electronics show opens in las vegas. steve ballmer kicked things off last night. he unveiled a new tablet computer. it goes on sale later this year. microsoft announced new technology that lets xbox players control the action by moving their bodies. hp's tablet is not the only one getting buzz at the show. we checked out another hybrid notebook. >> it works like regular laptop.
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you can take a display, lift it off, and it becomes its own separate slate machine. it can play back videos and music. you canse fire fox. it has a 3-g connection. >> the computer will be available for about $1,000. at&t will become the last of the four major carriers to operate -- to carry google's android pohone. -- phone. one of these new phones is built by dell. some fun and games at the gadget show. if french company is showing off its toy helicopter that is controlled by an iphone. moving the phone directory licoer. it has two on board video
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cameras. it can broadcast video back to the iphone. they hope to make it available for video games. for more information, log onto the tech page at abcnews.com. those are your tech bytes. >> you know is going to happen. someone is going to attached little bombs to them. the will of bomb warfare. >> they are not. 5:21 is your time. 29 degrees. >> starbucks claims to have something new. >> later on "oprah," copenhagen. au pair is on location around the world to see how the rest of the world lives.
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starbucks cuts calories on its menu. >> linda bell joins us live from new york with more. good morning. >> starbucks is looking to gain customers hoping to lose weight. they are adding sandwiches and some reduced calorie lattes. the new sandwiches will be less than 400 calories. this all starts next week as they look to continue recent profit growth. tough times for "the washington
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times." the paper is giving up its lavish headquarters on new york avenue and looking for somewhere else in the d.c. area. the job cuts last month went way deeper than first reported. all of this as the unification church founder to struggle for editorial control of the paper. stock index futures are pointing to a lower open this morning. we're keeping a close eye on the retail industry. december retail sales will come out today. shopper traffic reports a huge surge in bargain shopping after christmas. that is your business news. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, i am linda bell. back to you. >> thank you. 5:25. >> in our next hf hour, did federal officials know about the christmas that bomb plot while
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the plane was still in the year? we will have the latest from the investigation. >> the first thing i thought was that forgiveness for what he did. >> the family of a fallen security guard speaks out on the death of the suspected holocaust shooter. >> we are live in the weather center were things are calm this morning but the next weather maker will be honored doorstop. we will have snow tomorrow. maker will be honored doorstop. we will have snow tomorrow.
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i think you might have hooked it up wrong, though. yea, we're getting way too many channels. no, no. that's -- that's standard. fios also comes with 11,000 free movies and shows on demand per month. ah, standard. gotcha. a certain somebody says "thank you". tell him "he's welcome", but it's still standard. he's happy to be back with his friends. is he? [ male announcer ] hundreds of channels, thousands of movies,
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and good morning, washington, on another cold rning after. we have at 30 degrees. we are anticipating a little bit of snow. >> you can see the reflection of the lincoln memorial. it is reflecting off of ice, not water. the city is frozen over. >> we are seeing -- we will see upwards of two inches in the metro area. a little bit of snow on pavement that is already below freezing. this will start late afternoon. >> late afternoon in the western counties. it will be very light. >> we hope it will blow off. >> people will drive across it. there will be a few issues. do not get overly excited. >> it is washington. >> it will not be a large role.
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29 in prince frederick. bethesda, up 32. the wind is not nearly as gusty this morning. we are clear this morning. clouds thicken up. snow will work its way into the western counties. operas of 2 1/2 inches. not a major deal. -- opt words of 2 1/2 inches. >> -- upwards of 2 1/2 inches. >> plenty of headlights at falls road. a light volume for now and the pace is good and steady. >> thank you. metro riders better get ready to get up close and personal with some strangers. >> they want to cut service to fill a budget hole. that means more crowded rides. pamela brown has the story.
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>> if you ride the rails, gear ready for longer waits. >> how are we supposed to get ready to where we're going? >> ridership is shrinking because of rising unemployment. that has contributed to a budget gap almost doubled what they thought it would be. >> who is mismanaging it? >> if you ride on the weekend, you could wait an extra 10 minutes. you'll also notice fewer eight- car trains. >> the trains will be more crowded. >> if you ride the bus, metro could run fewer buses and slashed some routes. >> that was pamela brown. look for more security at the next time you're right metro. an anti-terrorist team will begin patrolling metro trains and buses. mr. received a $9.5 million
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grant for that effort. it report is due out today on the missed signals of the christmas bomb plot. the reportists recommendations for improvement including the ordering of federal air marshals to patrol every international flights by next month. a grand jury has indicted abdulmutallab on six counts. he could faceife in prison. a guard has been placed on leave following a security breach n newark airport. the guard was not at his post when a man entered a secured area. flights were grounded and passengers had to be prescreen. cameras were not even recording. continental airlines were and the suspect was never found. lawmakers are close to resolving differences between the house and senate health care
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bills. nancy pelosi spoke at the white house yesterday. president obama appears to be leaning more towards the senate version of health care which does not have the public option. >> the death of the man accused at the deadly shooting at the holocaust museum is sparking mixed reaction. the man died yesterday in a prison hospital in north carolina. he had suffered from chronic health problems. the mother of the man he allegedly killed said she is glad she will not have to sift through a trial. >> i would have had to see and listen to all that, that evil and it would have been part. i am relieved that i do not have to go through it. " von brunn was accused of shooting and killing a security guard stephen johns as he opened the door to let him in.
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the army psychiatrist charged with killing 14 people will undergo a mental evaluation. the lawyers say medical officials will determine if his client is competent to stand trial. vidal has been charged with premeditated smmurder. sheila dixon is stepping down as part of a deal with prosecutors. >> i am sad not because of the decision i made but because i have a great staff who works hard. i love them. >> she was convicted last month of misappropriating hundreds of dollars in gift cards that were meant for needy families. she and -- she entered an alford plea. she will be replaced. congress wants to weigin
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on a plan to legalize same-sex marriage. they're considering a bill which will legalize same-sex marriage to become law. 37 house members have now filed a brief to support a public vote on the issue. maryland and virginia and may not follow the d.c.'s lead and start charging for disposable bags. d.c. charges 5 cents extra for every plastic bag used at stores. similar proposals have been introduced in maryland and virginia. d.c. makes it more likely the others will pass. >> a friend coming in d.c. that giant stores are passing out free reusable bags. >> that is good. i always forget mine. i have them but never take them > 5:35. >> the balloon boy -- remember
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him? the father has pled guilty but he still denies this whole story was a hoax. we will hear his side of the story. >> gilbert arenas says it was all a joke. the nba says it is o joking matter. more on his suspension and the investigation into him keeping more on his suspension and the investigation into him keeping it all starts with having more hotels to choose from.
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>> volunteer fairfax mobilizes resources to meet community needs. as a partner, we encourage you to volunteer. from the offices of volunteer fairfax, good morning, washington. and we say good morning, washington, as well. 5:39. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> adam caskey is in chinatown. do you have a pair of hockey skates? >> of course. >> everybody does. you should go skating on the canal. i think it will be frozen. >> we should do that. the canal part, especially by early next week, should have a solid enough base. people do that every year. we should head out there. >> you should have fun. take some pictures. >> we will meet for coffee. right now we are below freezing,
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but just barely, at 31 degrees in chinatown. >> his picture is frozen. that would be in the literal sense. traffic is not frozen. it is moving right now. everything is in our favor. we will resume on into your trip on 95 and 66. i am giving you yellow arrows. lanes are open for 66 and 95. we take you live to springfield traffic. more headlights. notice the pay. even and steady. going 270 southbound. still moving at speed. between 80 anc 109, no
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problems to report. taking metro rail, they are reporting they are on time. let's go to the weather center. >> adam is ready again. there you are. >> it was frozen. no pun intended. we're in the mid to upper 20's. downtown is 31 degrees. average for this time of year. 29 in prince frederick. 31 in bethesda. 28 in springfield. increasing clouds today. we will have afternoon gray skies. some snow showers this evening and tonight. up to two and a half inches. >> thank you. 5:41. >> a presidential pitchmen. the latest advertisement featuring a member of the first family.
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>> but first, we will tell you some new details about that locker room fight that helped get gilb (announcer) we speak car. we speak rpms so you can zip by other cars. but we also speak mpgs so you can fly by gas stations. in fact, we speak mpgs so fluently, we can say ford fusion is the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in america. yes, we speak car. and apparently, quite well. fusion is now motor trend's 2010 car of the year. get in... and drive one.
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>> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. your time now is 5:45. metro's board will vote on rail and bus service cutbacks. they include longer wait times for trains and eliminating a eight-car trains during rush sharper metro is facing a $40 million budget shortfall. >> democrats are close to agreeing on a final health care bill. they're trying to merge the house and senate versions of
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those bills. the president wants final legislation on his desk by early next month. >> sixth deaths nationwide are being blamed on the cold. snow and ice is expected from south carolina to louisiana with wind chills near zero at night. the nba has benched gilbert arenas. police investigators are still trying to determine what if any charges the past couple store could face. courtney robinson is live with new details about the locker room fracas that started this whole thing. >> the nba commissioner initially planned to wait until the criminal investigation was complete before any sanctions were placed on arenas for keeping guns inside the verizon center yesterday. he came out and said arenas' actions has changed his mind.
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he is suspending arenas and ssibly something do wizard's indoors. bench. suspended indefinitely without pay. >> it does not say he understands the gravity of what happened. >> the nba commissioner is coming down hard on gilbert arenas for keeping guns in the locker room and a picture of arenas and his teammates before tuesday night's game. the nba is investigating arenas for storing firearms inside the verizon center, something the could result in criminal charges. >> the district has some of the toughest gun laws in america. >> he claimed it was a jokend said, "while i never intended any disrespect, my gun possession at theverizon center showed terrible judgment. i take full responsibility for my conduct."
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there arellegations that arenas and another player got into a fight behind locker room doors. arenas admitted to brandishing firearms. >> i think he made a mistake and it is mature because he is so young. >> no joking matter. arenas is fcing five years in prison following this investigation. that is if he is found guilty. talking about the allegations. sue arenas and another player who has been injured, that they got into what in the locker room. arenas laid out four and loaded handguns and left a note saying pick one. in response, the other player pulled out his own firearms and bloated debt. no word on the investigation into his role in all this. the wizards are not confirming or denying the locker room incident
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>> that account which you just cited sounds all lot more alarming than what some people were led to believe. >> that is right. when we first heard about this, arenas played everything down. when a came out on january 1 that this all happened in the locker room, it was kind of a gun show down and then it was played down. "the washington post" is reporting he did pull out those handguns and left that note. arenas was saying this was all a joke. >> thank you. we will see what happens. the nba is taking this very seriously. 5:49. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> a klipper is heading caraway. it's cold out there. -- a clipper is heading our way. 26 and it feels like below. 's.
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we do have a system coming down the pike. we will start off with some sunshine. and then through the afternoon, will see clouds building in before the next klipper approaches. once it comes through, but the weekend, we're only in the 20's. -- before the clipper approaches. it will be a bitter weekend. you'll want to stay indoors. but say what it means for us. locally, tonight and tomorrow morning's commute. adam caskey is live at the storm chaser. you can see this system coming down the pike. >> not big for us around here. out to the west, but have up to 6 inches. this is pretty impressive for the midwest. there's not much moisture there. they're pretty efficient in the
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rigging out moisture. will sit up to about 2 1/2 or 3 inches by this time tomorrow morning. the snow should start and begin this evening, maybe even in the afternoon hours west of the blue ridge. it will be light in nature. it is inching into parts of kentucky and ohio. we still have quite a while before it makes to our area. we do have some winter weather advisories. increasing clouds. highs only again in the mid to upper 30's. this weekend, colds and highs near 30 with wind chills in the single digits. but this time tomorrow, we will be a lot busier. >> that is good. we will see what happens. we're not very busy. we will take you live and show you the growing volume. this is normal to get into
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hyattstown and normal file a of dale city. we are open to the pentagon. let's go back inside. >> thank you. sorry. i just lost my ifb. i could not hear her. let's check in with philip stewart. >> i can leave. >> sorry, sorry. you are going to tell us about this presidential pitchman controversy. >> just days after the first lady showed up in an advertisement for peta, the president is showing up in an advertisement for a code. this is in times square. a photo was used without permission from the whi house. the white house is asking the company to remove that unauthorized billboard. haynenes has dropped charlie sh.
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the company calls this pretty standard. sheen has been a spokesperson for the two company the two years. >> and i am el little bit, um -- yeah. >> yeah, is right. good news for mariah carey. she won an award as a breakthrough actress for her appearance in the movie "pressures." bad news is that people are talking about her slurring acceptance speech. she may have had just below a bit too much to drink before she got up there for that speech. we have had that problem with lisa baden from time to time. [laughter] we have to keeper separate. >> i think that is too much caffeine. >> everybody who knows me knows
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what a joke that is. i drink my tea. [laughter] 5 all right>:53. [laughter] 5 all right>:53.
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i think you might have hooked it up wrong, though. yea, we're getting way too many channels. no, no. that's -- that's standard. fios also comes with 11,000 free movies and shows on demand per month. ah, standard. gotcha. a certain somebody says "thank you". tell him "he's welcome", but it's still standard. he's happy to be back with his friends. is he? [ male announcer ] hundreds of channels, thousands of movies, and three times more very satisfied customers than comcast. this is beyond cable. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. it's delicious. delicious. i know. but it can't have... can't have about half a day's worth of fiber? i assure you it does. i was expecting... expecting sawdust and cardboard? i know. i can only taste... only taste the crunchy clusters, honey, and brown sugar.
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no madam, i don't have esp. ok. i'll take a box, but you probably already knew that. (announcer) fiber one. cardboard no. delicious yes. the caller father behind the blue boy incident -- the colorado father behind the balloon boy's done says it was not a hoax. >> i did have to plead guilty.
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i had to do it to save my family and my wife. >> in an interview, richard heene says he confessed so his father would not be deported to japan. he thought his son was in the homemade balloons. both parents have been ordered to serve jail time. >> i think a lot of people think, fool me once, shame on you. we will say. >> we will see what happens. there is a lot more to come in our second hour. >> protecting yourself from infection inside a hospital. a new study shows doctors treating their patience. >> now we will and snow to the persistent wind. we are on storm watch this morning. i will have the story coming up in a live report. >> lisa baden will be back with another look at your morning commute.
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coming up, gilbert arenas' gun trouble could lantern in a different kind of court. will have details about what happened that led to his suspension. >> metro's near miss. safety inspectors scrambled

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